10 Best Simple Exercises to Improve Eyesight December 4, 2019 10 Simple Exercises to Relax Your Eyes Endless hours sat in front of a computer or TV can be bad for our eyes. Dryness, itchiness, headaches — sounds familiar? Unfortunately, not all of us can afford to go offline for a break regularly. We decided to start small and found ten simple exercises for your eyes. You can do them while watching the video with no fuss in under 15 minutes! Try doing them from time to time, and you’ll notice the difference very soon! Exercise #1. Gaze into the darkness • Put your elbows on the table • Close your eyes and cup them with your palms • Relax and gaze into the darkness You can do this exercise for 30 or 60 seconds depending on how much free time you have. Let’s start with 30 seconds today, ok? Here’s your half minute. Darkness is believed to help strengthen the photoreceptor cells in your eyes, which in turn can contribute to clear vision. Poor vision limits you in many ways; therefore, try to find a few minutes every day to perform this exercise in order to have great eyesight at any age. Only five seconds left: five, four, three, two, one. Well done! Exercise #2. Side to Side Eye Movement • Stand or sit up straight and look straight ahead • Without moving your head, look to the left and focus on what you see • Look to the right and focus on what you see You should move your eyes from side to side at least for five times. Ready? Go! One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Keep in mind that you should repeat the cycle three times. Today, we need to repeat the exercise two times more. I’ll give you 15 seconds to do it, ok? One. Two. Three. Four. Five. And one more cycle. One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Well done! Let’s move to the next exercise. Exercise #3. Up and Down Eye Movement • Sit up straight and look ahead • Look up and focus on what you see • Look down Look up and down five times and repeat the entire cycle three times. One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Don’t be afraid to wrinkle your forehead or frown. The second cycle: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Remember that you should perform the exercise very slowly. And the last one: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Exercise #4. Moving Your Eyes Diagonally • Look straight ahead • Look down and to the left • Move your eyes diagonally and look up and to the right. Focus on what you see You should repeat the exercise five times, then look straight ahead and do the same cycle in the other direction. Got it? Let’s give it a try. One. Two. Three. Four. Five. And in the other direction: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Now, repeat the entire cycle two times more. Here’s your half a minute. Five times in the one direction: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. And five times in the other direction: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Then again: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. And in the other direction: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Exercise #5. Rolling Your Eyes in a Circle • Sit up straight and relax • Look to the left and slowly roll your eyes in a circle clockwise Do it clockwise five times and then counterclockwise five times. I’ll count for you. Clockwise: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. And counterclockwise: One. Two. Three. Four. Five You should repeat the entire cycle (clockwise and counterclockwise) two times more. I’ll give you 20 seconds. Well done! Only 10 seconds left. Finish the exercise in a calm manner, and then we will continue. Exercise #6. Near and Far Focus This exercise helps to relax your eye muscles and increases blood circulation in your eyes. • Focus your eyes on a pencil or any other nearby object • It should be 8 to 11 inches (20 to 30 cm) away from your eyes • Then look at something distant, focus on that and try to see it in detail • The look at the pencil again You should change your focus five times, and then repeat this cycle three times. Ready? Go! One. Two. Three. Four. Five. One more cycle. One. Two. Three. Four. Five. And the last one: Five. Four. Three. Two. One. You’re doing great! Only four exercises left! Exercise #7. Concentration #1 • Sit up straight • Look straight ahead • Gaze at the point between your eyebrows and focus on what you see for a few seconds • Then look ahead again. Gaze at the point between your eyebrows You should change this focus five times, and repeat this cycle three times. I’ll give you a minute to perform the exercise. Ok? Go! This exercise improves all aspects of your visual perception. It is suitable for both nearsightedness and farsightedness. Take your time, no rush. If you’ve already finished performing all three cycles, just close your eyes and relax for a while. Well done! The next exercise is similar. Exercise #8. Concentration #2 • Sit up straight • Look straight ahead • Gaze at the tip of your nose for a few seconds • Then look ahead again Again, you should change this focus five times and repeat the entire cycle three times. One. Two. Three. Four. Five. This exercise increases the blood circulation in your eyes. One more cycle: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. And the last one: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Exercise #9. Massage #1 • Close your eyes • Squeeze your eyes tightly shut for two to three seconds. One, two, three. • Relax the muscles around your eyes • Squeeze your eyes shut again To achieve the best result, we should repeat ten times. Ten. Nine. Eight. Seven. Six. Five. Four. Three. Two. One. Finally, the last exercise. Exercise #10. Massage #2 • Close your eyes • Gently rub your eyelids with circular motions • Press lightly • You should make ten circular movements: first clockwise, then five counterclockwise. Ok? Clockwise: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Don’t try to press too hard – do it gently. And counterclockwise: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Perform these ten simple exercises regularly, and you will see great results within a few days! To achieve the best result, you should also monitor your health. According to experts, good eyesight depends on your diet. Remember that the most useful food is natural food with minimal heat treatment as t keeps the greatest amount of vitamins. Have you already tried performing these exercises? How did they work for you? Share your experience in the comments below! Don’t forget to hit the like button below the video and click subscribe to stay on the Bright Side of life! Tags:and, Bad eyesight, bad for your eyes, Blurred vision, dry eyes, eye diseases, eye exercises, eye health, eye problems, eye redness, good eyesight, good vision, headaches, healthy eyes, no glasses, no surgery, poor eyesight, red eyes, the, vision deficiencies, vision problems, without glasses, your Related Posts Short HELP Talks: Branch Retinal Vein Occlusion [ENG] 의사요한, Doctor John, EP03 (Full) Soft contact lens insertion, removal and care About The Author Larry Olson Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. 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